Users can create free accounts on the website to create their own flashcards. On FlashcardExchange.com, users had to pay to print and download flashcards, but all functionality on Cram.com is free.
Flashcards can be created in a number of languages, such as English, French, Spanish, German, Chinese, Polish, and Portuguese. Flashcards are placed into categories, including careers, language, computers, and others.
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